a performative statement by mexican born Mar Sierra
Exodus is a piece about the emotional distress of choosing to exit America voluntarily and relinquish the american identity.
What remains when one is obliged to exit the territory due to systemic immigration constraints?
How real can the forgotten dreams be? How daunting and sanguinary can it feel to not be from any particular place anymore?
What is the after taste of freedom when sensing your own wings crumble?
NYC November 2015 | Photography by Daniel N. Johnson